Monthly archive for September2015

Use our App to stay on track

This one’s obvious but oh-so-true: If you’ve got a set plan for the week, you’re more likely to follow through.  Book your classes and appointments for the week—or even better, for the month—to make sure they don’t get squeezed out of your schedule.  Sync our…

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Simple vs. Complex Carbohydrates series 4

What’s the Difference? Regarding your health, the real difference is where the sugar comes from.  While your body can’t distinguish the difference between the source of sugar once it’s broken down and absorbed, the food from which the sugar originated has a huge impact on…

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Finding people to share your journey

Permanent lifestyle changes happen in relationships. Whether they take place with peers, a coach, family, friends, coworkers, the other anonymous people at the meetings, or the other new recruits who joined the Marine Corps with you, new habits happen when people get together and help each other…

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PT Fitness App is here!

We are excited to announce our PT Fitness App is now available in the Apple and Google Play store!   Download the PT Fitness App today to plan and schedule your classes! From this mobile App you can view class schedules, sign-up for classes, view…

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Simple vs. Complex Carbohydrates series 3

Complex Carbohydrates Both fiber and starch are polysaccharides, meaning they are made up of many units of sugar and resemble a long chain.  Plant foods, including grains, potatoes and legumes, contain starches. All carbohydrates, except for fiber, are broken down by your body into monosaccharides as…

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Featured Recipe – Baked Banana Oatmeal

This week we are featuring a baked banana oatmeal recipe from kathyeats.com After personally trying out this recipe, I had to share it with everyone.  I followed the recipe exactly, but next time will probably add a few blueberries to the top!  It reheats well,…

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Simple vs. Complex Carbohydrates series 2

Simple Carbohydrates Sugars can occur naturally or artificially in foods, but your body can’t distinguish between the sources.  When people talk about “sugar,” they’re likely referring to table sugar, which is sucrose (a two-unit sugar).  Table sugar belongs to a larger group of sugars, though, known…

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Simple vs. Complex Carbohydrates series 1

There are three types of carbohydrates: starch, sugar and fiber. Starches and sugars provide your body with its main source of energy.  They’re all comprised of carbon, oxygen and hydrogen, which are organized into single units.  Sugars contain just one or two of these units…

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Labor Day Safety

Labor Day Dangers – The top 4 injuries to prevent this holiday weekend. vehicular accidents, including boats, ATVs, cars, scooters and bikes trampolines and monkey bars drowning-related injuries heat-related illnesses/injuries (heat exhaustion, heat stroke, hot cars and sunburns) Read entire article – Cook Children’s    …

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Party Favorite Recipe

Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps-Crock Pot Stay on track with this healthy crock pot recipe for a group! Perfect for any gathering. For the chicken 5 LB boneless skinless chicken breasts 2 stalks celery ½ yellow onion chopped 1/3 cup shredded carrots 1 clove garlic, chopped…

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